Emma Cheski

As a counselor, I aim to help my clients find greater peace. I have experience working with individuals, couples, and families on a variety of issues, including relationship issues, emotional regulation, anxiety, life transitions, identity issues, trauma, and executive functioning issues. Additionally, I have experience working with infidelity, polyamory, the queer community, the kink community, and family systems. I work with couples and families to build communication, resolve conflicts, heal broken trust, manage mental health issues, and more.  I work with people across the lifespan, ranging from adolescents to older adults, individuals with developmental disabilities, and people of a variety of socioeconomic statuses and cultural backgrounds.

I utilize a trauma-informed, culturally curious approach and pull from a variety of theories that allow me to tailor the session to the individual, including CBT, attachment theory, person-centered therapy, solution-focused therapy, family systems, and strengths-based therapy. I strive to create a warm, comfortable environment where each client can feel open and vulnerable. I aim to collaborate with the client to create a unique healing space. Counseling is not a one-size-fits-all solution; each client will benefit from an individualized approach. I build a relationship with my clients to serve as a foundation for growth and healing.

I earned my master’s in clinical mental health counseling from Seattle University.

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